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helped. >>> hi i want to give a shoutout to my family in san antonio texas. i love you, i miss you, merry christmas, happy holidays. >>> it didn't take long withindays of the last u.s. troops leaving iraq's a wave of violence swept through baghad this week. 16 bombs exploded killing 70 people and wounding another 200. last week we met one iraqi worried about his safety because he worked were the americans. in a follow-up elizabeth palmer talks about his spiking gear. >> days after the u.s. withdrewthe last troops from iraq and the political battle raging this new violence invoked fears that this country may be headed for a civil war. the bombs hit too close to home for a man we call terry. man we met last week in baghdad who worked with the army fighting fraud and reconstruction projects. he asked that we conceal his identity to protect him. >> what did you do for theunited states. >> i helped distinguish who werethe good guys and bad guys. >> he was on his way to workwhen one bombs exploded at his office killing 25 colleagues. >> what will happen to you ifyou stay in ironing iraq and you
-out to my family in san antonio texas. i love you, i miss you, merry christmas, happy holidays. >> axelrod: it didn't take long but within days of the last u.s. troops leaving iraq's a wave of violence swept through baghad this week. at least 16 bombs exploded thursday in shiite neighborhoods, killing about 70 people and wounding another 200. last week we met one iraqi worried about his safety because he had worked for the americans. in a follow-up tonight elizabeth palmer tells us about his spiking fear. >> reporter: just days after the u.s. withdrew the last troops from iraq and the political battle raging between the shiite prime minister and suni vice president, this new violence invoked fears that this country may be headed for a civil war. the bombs hit too close to home for an iraqi man we will call terry. a former u.s. military interpreter we met last week in baghdad who worked with the army fighting fraud in reconstruction projects. he asked that we conceal his identity to protect him. >> what did you do for the united states? >> i helped them distinguish who were the good guys an
. >> saturday's compromise requires the president speed up a decision on an oil pipeline from canada to texas. he wanted to delay a decision on the controversial project. but republicans say it will bring much-needed jobs. >> everybody in washington says they want more american jobs right now. here's the single largest shovel ready project in america. it is literally ready to go. >> the house still needs to pass the revised payroll tax bill before it goes to the president's desk. that is expected to happen on monday. drew levinson, cbs news. >>> the senators also agree to extend long-term unemployment benefits through february giving millions of americans without jobs a little more relief. >>> that young private army private who allegedly gave wikileaks u.s. classified materials has become a hero to some people. demonstrators rallied today outside the base where the 23- year-old is tried for treason. >> reporter: there were several hundred protestors outside fort mead on saturday. >> why wouldn't all of america be here today? every one of us out to be here because this kid got a raw deal. >>
show him edging out texas congressman ron paul and santorum, but santorum questioned whether romney, a one-term massachusetts governor, could beat president obama. >> he has never run as a conservative and won going exwg. >> reporter: now, santorum told me he could beat president obama, that he knew how to win elections in swing states like pennsylvania and appeal to the key independent voters. russ, he said he would do all that without compromising his conservative principles. >> mitchell: for more on the hunt for votes in the hawkeye state we are joined by cbs news political director john dickerson, also in des moines. rick santorum was counted out not to go ago by a lot of people. now he's on a roll. what does that mean. >> every republican candidate has had a chance to be the surge candidate in the polls for republican looking for an alternative to mitt romney. for rick santorum, there are two challenges. he has to be better than newt gingrich who has been dropping but still has support, and he's got to challenge ron paul who is tied near the top of the polls with romney and has
from texas. then along comes herman cain. now that happens to be newt gingrich. but newt has-- he's for real right now, and i think the romney people have recognized that and have recognized this is something they're going to have to deal with. he's got a pretty good lead out there right now in iowa. >> mitchell: i heard you say years ago, bob, that a swagger will take you only so far in politics. having said that, does gingrich have the infrastructure to go the distance? >> reporter: well, he really doesn't right now. he has got to raise some money so he can hire more staff. an example, what he's doing out there right now while the others are pounding him in television ads, he's arranging conference calls with his supporters to explain himself and to defend himself because right now, he can't afford to buy the ads that his competitors are buying out there. >> mitchell: bob schieffer, as always, thanks a lot. >> reporter: you bet. >> mitchell: and newt gingrich will be bob's guest tomorrow on "face the nation. turning overseas, thousands of tunisians turned out to remember mohamme
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